Who said that only humans can cosplay game, comic or anime characters? In a recent patch by popular MOBA game, Mobile Legends, the renowned Bloodaxe Orc with demon blood, receives a new skin. The skin and the move sets that come with it are inspired by basketball, a game that’s so popular among Filipinos. The Salvage Pointguard skin is among the best ones we have seen in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. What’s even more surprising is how Moonton, the game’s developer, managed to even rehash Balmond’s more powerful move, Lethal Counter. Apart from just simply smashing the ground with his re-skinned Bloodlust Axe, an aura of a basketball half court will fill the animation. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is undoubtedly the most popular Mobile MOBA in the Philippines. In fact, it ranks number 1 and the leading mobile gaming arena today across Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia markets. Correlate this…

Pokemon Risks - Pokémon Go, a sensational app riddled with Cyber and Real-World Risks

Pokémon Go, a sensational app riddled with Cyber and Real-World Risks

Many people – including Filipinos – still dared to download an APK version of the application. A lot also installed the game without paying attention to the nitty-gritty details of its app permissions and terms of use. There are inherent risks on the aforementioned user actions, and yet, most seemed to ignore or never dared to even scrutinize. Here’s a drill-down of the risks in playing this game.

Tokyo Game Show Special Coverage

Tokyo Game Show 2018

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Witness this year’s biggest gaming convention in Asia, the Tokyo Game Show 2018. This September 19, our team will fly to Tokyo, Japan, to be part to TGS 2018. Special thanks to our brand partners Huawei Mobile, PLDT Home, Smart Communications and Cherry Mobile for making this coverage possible.

If the line on the demo is any indication, Biohazard RE: 2 is one of the most popular games in TGS 2018. It’s one of those games that, regardless of the time of day, the queue to the booth just won’t go shorter than 60 minutes. We decided to hold off trying our luck on the demo, maybe tomorrow’s line would be shorter. Demo or no demo, it’s still worth mentioning that the game, even in pictures is just a sight to behold. CAPCOM gave us access to screenshots of the game, and my goodness, what a fresh  coat of paint the game has over the 1998 Playstation and Nintendo 64 classic. Check them out and drool. And, this just in, here’s the story trailer.

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